Pax has released four reports outlining how universities, tech companies, states and arms producers are all involved.

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Killer Robots
Lethal autonomous weapon systems are weapons that can select and attack individual targets without meaningful human control.

This means the decision on whether a weapon should deploy lethal force is delegated to a machine.

A development that would have enormous negative effects on the way war is conducted.
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The new PAX report 'State of AI' warns countries to prevent an AI arms race, due to the catastrophic effects for humanity if states continue on their present path without clear international norms
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The new PAX report 'Don't be evil?' surveys 50 major technology companies and finds only seven showing best practices to prevent the development of lethal autonomous weapons, killer robots powered by AI.
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The new PAX report 'Slippery Slope' examines 50 key arms producers and shows killer robots are being developed despite the concerns of citizens around the world and many countries that such lethal autonomous weapons should not be deployed.
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The new PAX report 'Conflicted Intelligence' warns of the dangers of university AI research and partnerships, and outlines how universities can help prevent the development of lethal autonomous weapons
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About PAX
PAX works on a wide range of disarmament issues, including arms trade, nuclear weapons, armed drones, and the link between the financial sector and arms producers. PAX is co-founder and steering committee member of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.
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